Blended Seasons! Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop! Mariage de saisons!

Color Your Season / Colorez vos saisons
New Limited-Time Products / Nouveaux produits en édition limitée

Welcome to the Special Out of Publication Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop!

Surprise! Yes we do love surprises at Stampin' Up! and I have pleasure to share two creations with the Limited Time suite of exclusive products.

Now available to demonstrators and customers BUT ONLY until 31st August 2018!

So you will definitely want to get your hands on the Color Your Season exclusive products as soon as possible, so if you haven't already ordered let me tempt you with my projects!

Nouveaux produits en édition limitée!

 Le set de tampons Mariage de saisons, les poinçons Framelits coordonnés et les crayons aquarelle sont parfaits pour vos envies créatives de chaque saison !

So let's start with my first card and how I created it. I used the leaf stamp to create my own background. Then I used the new Watercolor Pencils to colour my images and with a small amount of water blended in the colours. As I wasn't using watercolour paper I was very sparing with the water as I didn't want to ruin my creation!

I added some die cuts in Whisper White and Sea Foam card stock, some ribbon and some glitter candies.

If you follow my blog or instagram you will know that I love to heat emboss my sentiments with white powder on Basic Black card stock to make them stand out.

So for my second card, how did I create it? First I created my image by using the big flower stamp and some additional leaves to increase the size of the image.

Again I used the watercolour pencils with a small amount of water to blend in the colour.

Then when everything was nice and dry, I die cut the panel using the largest label die.  I could then stamp my sentiment into the white space.

I popped the outside of the card up using dimensional adhesive and added some sequins.

Have I tempted you? Remember you only have until the end of the month to get your hands on this amazing stamp set, dies and watercolour pencils that you can use all the year around! Perfect for crafting!

If you missed my first blog post where I highlighted how you can use this set for your CHRISTMAS creations be sure to click HERE!

So now I invite you hop on over to Susan's blog and have a look at her amazing creations:

Les blogs de l'équipe créative de Stampin' Up! 2018 (Artisan Design Team):

Full list of 2018 Artisan Design Team members and their blogs (in alphabetical order):

Cathy Caines - In The Cat Cave (Canada)
Charlet Mallet - Painted Orange (USA)
Connie Collins - Constantly Stamping (USA)
Elizabeth Price - Seeing Ink Spots (USA)
Emma Goddard - Coastal Crafter (UK)
Jennifer Frost - Jennifer Frost (Australia)
Jenni Pauli - Paulines Papier (Germany)
Jessica Winter - kunterbuntestempelwelt (Austria)
Kayla Macaulay - Love, Kayla (Australia)
Kim McGillis - Kim McGillis Papercrafting (Canada)
Lauren Alarid - Crafty Little Peach (USA)
Linda van Wely-Zwolle - Stampin with Liz Design (The Netherlands)
Rhoda MacPherson - Pretty Creative (UK)
Sarah Lancaster - Pirouette Papercraft (France) <- vous êtes ici / you are here!
Susan Wong - Stampin Susan (New Zealand)
Sylwia Schreck - Stempel Einfach (Germany)

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  1. Beautiful work. I really love how you used the die on the pink flower card. Super smart.

  2. Both cards are lovely!
    thank you for the inspiration.

  3. Sarah, I love how you used both the positive and negative portions of the die cut image to create these beautiful cards.

  4. What a clever way to use that label die. I love the greens and pinks too! Pretty!

  5. Aaaah, the ideas in these cards are wonderful! And the designs are so fresh!

  6. Very creative way to make a frame: Beautiful projects.

  7. Looks like you've had lots of colouring fun Sarah. Beautiful cards.

  8. These are so sweet and vibrant! Love both cards, some great colouring going on!


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